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Should police stop enforcing laws that blacks are more likely to break?
Every city in the US may be guilty.
Law enforcement has to be "fair and just."
DOJ couldn't indict Darren Wilson so it went after the whole department.
But the victim was white, so few have heard of him.
Saying a perp is black promotes negative stereotypes.
Eric Holder comes up short.
Black activist: "This is going to be a very, very challenging time in our community."
Police arrest drug-takers regardless of race.
If department does not change its practices to eliminate "racism."
He points out that disarming young non-whites would reduce crime.
Mild remarks earn praise.
He says it's wrong for police to view blacks realistically.
Columnist claimed his son was profiled.
Campus police taking heat, too, but some are fighting back.
Reuters says "racial profiling" and "excessive force" are what killed Eric Garner.
Poll indicates race relations are at their lowest point since 1997.
"We're called things like Uncle Toms and traitors to our community."
Users are reminded to "not reach for your phone when you are talking to police."
They will not affect local police departments.
He says non-whites have "less margin for error."
Obama thinks "people of color" are uniquely targeted.
The issues surrounding Ferguson "threaten the entire nation."
Al Sharpton is at the White House to discuss.
Facts shouldn't get in the way of racial outrage.
USA Today discovers the color of crime.
New York Times calls enforcing the law "deplorable."
"Young black men are the convenient target of choice."
Major media uncritically reported on a faulty analysis.
Analysis suggests blacks are killed more often by police because they are more violent.
Pranksters stir up lefties to get more YouTube views.
Whites are surprised to learn their community is "racist."
"Will we yet again turn a blind eye to the hard truths that Ferguson exposed?"
Blacks and Hispanics think they are victims.
Whites hesitate longer before shooting armed blacks than armed whites.
Jared Taylor interviews officer John Sullivan for AR's inaugural podcast.
Hispanics also cashing in as victims.
Her "heart just broke" for the Brown family.
Non-whites claimed they were targeted by security personnel.
He says "this tragedy can give rise to new understanding."
"The criminalization of black and brown bodies."
The Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination is worried about Stand Your Ground.
Black shoppers claimed discrimination.
"Sketchy" areas tend to be non-white.
Tests conducted in the most liberal cities.
Analysis of criminal tendencies could have a desperate impact on blacks.
47 percent of whites think police should profile Arabs.
Costly oversight to weed out "racism."
Big change since the end of stop-and-frisk.
Federal money will fund the "bias" research.
Says "direct outreach" to Muslims accomplishes the same thing.
Ideology comes before common sense.
It's foolish to think that people who are criminals outside of school would be models of behavior in class.
They're 28 percent of the population, but 62 percent of all police stops.
Police are visiting people likely to commit crime and warning of the consequences.
Zimmerman's lawyer thinks there is racial bias in the justice system--but blacks are partly to blame.
The solution: Teach officers about "institutional racism."
Blacks say racial descriptions harm their "mental and physical comfort."
And court oversight of the police will continue for three years.
By exactly the kind of thug stop-and-frisk was supposed to control.
This is mostly to protect Muslims and Hispanics from special attention.
Employees guilty of "shop-and-frisk" can be disciplined or even fired.
"If you do away with stop-and-frisk, this city will go down the chute as fast as anything you can imagine.”
To be performed along with Dvorak’s Ninth Symphony.
Some people blame racial profiling.
74 percent of shooting victims were also black.
Appeals court rules that the judge who banned stop and frisk violated rules of impartiality.
"No justice, no peace, no racist police.”
Blacks are arrest for shoplifting more often than whites only because store detectives are biased.
National Science Foundation is funding initial study of 30 to 70 police departments.
Wherever they live, blacks commit more crime.
Governor says, "This is only the first step."
Sociologist says they are afraid of racial profiling.
Joe Arpaio will still be allowed to enforce Arizona's immigration laws.